Sharks and whales aren’t the only sea creatures being fished into extinction?the fish that much of the world relies on for food are going extinct as well. Part of the cause may be global warming, but most of it can be blamed on overfishing.

In BBC News, Richard Black writes, “There will be virtually nothing left to fish from the seas by the middle of the century if current trends continue, according to a major scientific study.” He quotes researcher Steve Palumbi as saying, “Unless we fundamentally change the way we manage all the ocean species together, as working ecosystems, then this century is the last century of wild seafood.”

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Super-clear photos of a bizarre UFO have caused aninternational sensation, and now CGI experts are showingjust how perfect fakes can be, but so far there is noevidence at all that the ‘Chad’ photos posted on Flikr, andthe ‘Alabama’ photo posted on are fakes.Headers on the Chadphotos indicate that theywere taken with a Konica Minolta DiMAGE X at an ISO Speed of100 and a resolution of 72dpi on May 6 at 5:43 PM. Inaddition, Linda Moulton Howe leads offDreamland today with a convincing interview with a witnesswho saw the ‘drone’ two years ago. So the evidencestill favors the original photos being real. BUT the drone is now beingreproduced perfectly using CGI more

Feel stupid since moving to that new apartment? A recent study shows that ceiling height affects your problem-solving skills. Don’t bump your head! Another study shows that some people really ARE more accident-prone than others.

In, Ken Mauk quotes researcher Joan Meyers-Levy as saying, “When people are in a room with a high ceiling, they activate the idea of freedom. In a low-ceilinged room, they activate more constrained, confined concepts.”
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In the UK, 11 species of butterflies are making their earliest recorded appearances this spring, which means they will die off earlier in the season as well, since butterflies typically live for a very short time. Some species of butterflies are in the UK are being seen in new areas. Reports on butterfly populations in the US are not available, probably because of the “lid” put on reporting about global warming by the current administration.
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